Facing South Florida: Parents Of Parkland Shooting Victims Running For OfficeThree months after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School we have seen the survivors continue to press the case for change and demand action.
Broward School Board Votes Down Idea Of Arming Teachers, EmployeesBroward County Public School leaders are officially saying no to arming teachers.
Raquel Regalado Will Run For Miami-Dade MayorCurrent school board member Raquel Regalado said Sunday she will run for Mayor of Miami-Dade in 2016.
Former School Board Member Sentenced To 5 Years' ProbationA former Broward School Board member convicted of official misconduct was sentenced Friday to five years’ probation.
Officials Want Hispanic Heritage Month To Grow UpMiami Dade County School Board members pushed for an upgrade in schools’ learning activities during Hispanic Heritage month.
Taxpayers Weigh-In On Broward School Bond Spending Plan Voters in Broward County will decide if $800,000 bond issue will go to fix county schools in-need of repairs.
Mom Of Teen Suicide Victim Sues Florida School BoardThe Polk County School Board is facing a lawsuit from the mother of a 12-year old girl who authorities say committed suicide by jumping off of a building.
Miami-Dade's Carvalho Named National Superintendent Of The Year Miami-Dade Public Schools’ Superintendent Alberto M. Carvalho gained the title of National Superintendent of the Year on Thursday.
Broward School Board Considering Cell Phone Ban For ParentsMany parents pass time in the sometimes forever-long school pick-up line by catching up with friends on the phone, or perhaps even finishing-up business over Bluetooth. But, in an effort to put the brakes on dangerous driving, the Broward school district is proposing a ban on all cell phone use on school property while driving.
Mystery Illness Afflicting Broward Elementary SchoolA mystery illness that seems to be making its way around a Broward County school has prompted the school board to alert parents to the possible problem.
Superintendent Carvalho Proposes Tax Rate Decrease A new proposal, made by Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, if approved by the School Board, will have homeowners paying a lower rate of taxes to the Miami-Dade school district than last year.
State Board Approves School Grading ChangesThe formula used to grade schools is changing once again. On Tuesday, the state’s Board of Education voted 4-3 to approve the formula change pushed by Education Commissioner Tony Bennett.